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Starting your own business can be a difficult endeavour, but it can be even more challenging as a woman. Struggling with your mindset, procrastination, and lack of the right support are just some of the hurdles women face when trying to start their own businesses. However, there are many successful female entrepreneurs who have overcome these obstacles to achieve success and inspire other women.

In today’s episode, we have Sarah Knight. She is the founder of Mind the Gap Business Academy, a training, development, and mindset coaching business that is focused on providing tailored training on human skills to make your business more productive, more effective, and more successful. Sarah started this business after losing her job while she was 26 weeks pregnant and realized she was on her own. Despite all the lows life had given her, including being a single mother for years, she still managed to tackle these challenges head-on to setting up a successful business.

Drawing inspiration from different people in her life, from old friends, her daughter, and even some of the most successful women entrepreneurs such as Nina Webb and Sandy Lindsey, Sarah joins us to share her success story and tips for women just looking to start their own business. She also shares more on how you can navigate the challenging world of being your own boss, and how having a network around you can be a deal-breaker.
Starting your own business can be a difficult endeavour, but it can be even more challenging as a woman. Struggling with your mindset, procrastination, and lack of the right support are just some of the hurdles women face when trying to start their own businesses. However, there are many successful female entrepreneurs who have overcome these obstacles to achieve success and inspire other women. In today’s episode, we have Sarah Knight. She is the founder of Mind the Gap Business Academy, a training, development, and mindset coaching business that is focused on providing tailored training on human skills to make your business more productive, more effective, and more successful. Sarah started this business after losing her job while she was 26 weeks pregnant and realized she was on her own. Despite all the lows life had given her, including being a single mother for years, she still managed to tackle these challenges head-on to setting up a successful business. Drawing inspiration from different people in her life, from old friends, her daughter, and even some of the most successful women entrepreneurs such as Nina Webb and Sandy Lindsey, Sarah joins us to share her success story and tips for women just looking to start their own business. She also shares more on how you can navigate the challenging world of being your own boss, and how having a network around you can be a deal-breaker. read more read less

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